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Hurontario - Main Street rapid transit project
Public workshops: October 29, 30, November 3, 4, 5



If you live or work on or near Hurontario Street in Mississauga or Main Street in Brampton, starting next week you can find out how rapid transit will affect you.

The Cities of Brampton and Mississauga are hosting a series of community workshops on the proposed rapid transit line along the Hurontario / Main Street corridor.

During the workshops, you can review the various options for introducing rapid transit in the corridor, talk to City staff and offer your comments and ideas on the proposal.

Each meeting will provide information on each specific community. All workshops take place from 6 until 9 p.m.

Community Date Address
Brampton
(includes Brampton’s Gateway, Etobicoke Creek
and Main Street Village)
Wednesday,
October 29
Rose Theatre,
1 Theatre Lane
(Main and Queen Streets)
Port Credit and Mineola
(between Lakeshore Road
and the Queen Elizabeth Way)
Thursday,
October 30
Clarke Memorial Hall,
161 Lakeshore Road West
Mississauga City Centre
(between Central Parkway East and Highway 403)
Monday,
November 3
Mississauga Civic Centre,
301 Burnhamthorpe Road West
Cooksville and Queensway
(includes Dundas Street
and Trillium Health Centre)
Tuesday,
November 4
To be announced
Upper Hurontario and Uptown
(between Highway 403
and Highway 407,
including Eglinton Avenue
and Bristol Road)
Wednesday, November 5 H.J.A. Brown Education Centre
5650 Hurontario Street

Rapid transit along the Hurontario / Main Street corridor is a priority project of the Metrolinx draft regional transportation plan. It is also a priority project of the Government of Ontario’s MoveOntario 2020 transportation plan.


You can find out more about the Brampton - Mississauga study of rapid transit along Hurontario and Main Streets here.

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